Cordele

Cordele (kôrdēlˈ) [key], city (1990 pop. 10,321), seat of Crisp co., S central Ga., on a branch of the Flint River; founded and inc. 1888. It is a shipping, commercial, and processing center located in a timber and farm area. Various fruits and vegetables (watermelons, cantaloupes, corn) are grown there.

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